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and emergency plans. superintendent dance and baltimore county police chief james johnson are going to be scheduled to speak at today's event. this year's conference is expected to be the largest ever. >>> when it comes to school safety, one huge problem that educators and parents and students are trying to prevent is bullying. >> october is national bullying prevention month and today a statewide conference will be held at the university of maryland's college park campus. and sherrie johnson is live with more on the conference and, why is it so important? >> reporter: well, basically, parents and educatorwant to team up to keep the schools safe for students. now teams from across the state will head to college park to attend this conference. but actually it started yesterday. the majority of the folks will head to the conference today. now first lady of maryland katy o'malley will be there and the state superintendent and folks that will try to keep the schools safer. this is the third year for the event which coincide with magazinessal -- national bullying prevention month. those
of maryland college park. and sherrie johnson is live this morning with more on what this conference is all about. sherrie. >> reporter: well, parents and educators are teaming up to help make schools in maryland a little safer for students. basically teams of educators from across the state will gather at college park for this conference. some folks started yesterday. but the majority of the folks will attend the conference today starting at 9 a.m. first lady of maryland katy o'malley will be on hand for the conference as well as the state superintendent. this is the third year for the event which coincides with national bullying prevention month. those attend will receive the latest research and practices and school safety. learn straties how to empower students to help stop bullying and offer ideals for bullying prevention. >> if your child is being bullied, this is not tolerable, that will is a way a meck him in -- mechanism to report that or you need to report that. there's a form available in each local school system but it's also on our department's website maryland public schools.or
. she was the first woman to run the cosmetics retailer when she was named c.e.o. 13 years ago. johnson and johnson executive sheri mccoy became c.e.o. in the spring, as the company deals with slumping earnings and a foreign bribery investigation. jung was expected to stay on as chairman for another year. no word on the reason for the management change. any appetite for stocks after the drop in the unemployment rate dwindled through out today's session. the daily high for the s&p 500 came about an hour after the opening bell. there wasn't much excitement in the stock market from today's job report. the early buying faded with the index finished down just a half point. trading volume was 605 million shares on the big board. 1.6 billion on the nasdaq. the tech and telecommunications sectors saw the heaviest selling. each fell 7-tenths of a percent. while it wasn't the biggest percentage loser, apple weighed on the technology sector and the overall market. as the largest publicly traded company, apple accounts for the biggt sing slicef indices which it is included. shares fell 2.1 percent.
who may have contracted fungal meningitis from steroid injections. >>> our bruce johnson broke a story on twitter this morning. bruce tweeted and we quote, a big mayor gray campaign adviser tells me gray won't run again. regardless of where federal probe goes, he is supporting new candidate, end of quote. just a short time later, wu sa9 tweeted that, at mayor vince gray will not seek a second term, hash tag d.c. well that led andrea mccarren and other journalists question the mayor. this is what he had to say a few hours later. >> another term, mr. mayor? >> good evening, how are you? >> is this based on somebody's opinion that was quoted in a story? >> yes, apparently. >> i don't know where they get the opinion from. >> i don't know. >> are you going to run again? >> i'm not half way through my term and this is the discussion? why doesn't somebody come up with real news. >> two council members plan on running for mayor. you started late last time four years ago and you acknowledged that may have led to problems with the campaign and you started late, one would think if you ar
like to have sergeant beretta, brian, morris and johnson up on the stage, please. capt. garity will redo the award citation. -- will read the award citation. >> good evening. on wednesday, october 10, circuit brother brian and melissa morris and merck mulligan and officer james johnson of the central station responded to a fire at 8 -- 824 height street in downtown san francisco. officers found the first and second story buildings involved in flames. leaving the residents, many of them students inside the six- story building in grave danger. officers immediately entered the building and began evaluating the evidence, pounding on doors and alerting them there was a fire. many of them were still asleep. essentially they were forced to withdraw from the building because the heat was so intense in the building. the fire department was still in route to the fire. not until the fire department arrived did it take over the evacuation of the fire personnel were ordered out of the building onto the street for the structure at 824 high street, and asphalt and some of the fire equipment h
of maryland in college park. an abc2 news sherrie johnson is live with more on this conference and what do they say about this? what are they going to a do? >> reporter: well, basically, the goal of the conference is to keep schools safe and they believe the information and vatties they teach the educate -- strategies they teach the educators will do this. some folks starreded to head that way yesterday so some meetings were head -- started to head that way yesterday so some meetings were held yesterday. now first lady of maryland and katy o'malley will be there as well as the state superintendent so a number of folks will be on hand for this conference. this is the third year for the event which coincides with national bullying prevention month. those who attend will seek the latest research -- will receive the latest research practice on school safety and how to empower students to stop bullying and offer ideas for bullying prevention. >> if your child or you your son or daughter is being bullied this is not tolerable that there is a way a mechanism by which they need to report that or y
has to be done so right now sherrie johnson is live to tell you what the state is doing to step in. [ no audio from station ] >> we apologize. we are having an audio issue but we will try to bring you the report because of course bullying prevention month is happening in october and we want you to know about this. we will work on that and bring it later. >>> stay with us this morning, we have a lot more coming up. fighting breast cancer anyway you can. we will tell you this morning about one local group what they are doing in a creative way raising money one clay pigeon at a time. and a problem with one airline. turbulence of a different sort. details on what they are doing to make travelers feel safer when they are flying the friendly skies. >> reporter: facebook has reached a new milestone ceo mark zuckerberg revealed the social network has 1 billion active users translating to one in every seven people on planet. microsoft will take on apple and google when it unveils windows phone 8. operating system will be available on both the nokia 920 and 820 which will be both exclusive t
to do this. thank you, arnold. >> secretary richardson, do you think in johnson could be nominated as democratic candidate to president of the united states today? >> i do think so. the moderate wing, the moderate clinton-johnson -- i want to make one point, despite senator mccain's joke about governors. [laughter] i noticed arnold said something about body mass in his opening speech. the four governors here, and i do not mean to disparage what is happening in washington, we as governors, and i hope the schwarzenegger institute does not abandon states and local government and county commissions. we have to work together with the legislature. we have to balance the budget or we go to jail. maybe that is how some got there. so by partisanship -- bipartisanship athens. i worked with arnold when we were governors on clean energy. on climate change. we were ahead. immigration -- with charlie on health care. by the way, john and i came to the congress, said the same time. we worked on navajo issues and creating a federal boxing commission and native american issues with tom daschle. i th
. laborers council. tim, thank you for being here. the film commission, patrick johnson, thank you for stepping up. an invaluable planning council that i will be working closely with as we move into the new health care challenges for our city and state and country, that is our hiv services planning council. gabriel ortega, thank you for stepping up. mark, thank you for being here. [applause] a very important commission, our immigrant rights commission, who is constantly challenged by the need to reform our immigration policies, but to make sure that when people try to vote this year that they will not be intimidated. we've got to work harder for the rest of the country. we can show the way here. i know the leadership will come from sonia. thank you for stepping up. our state has presented, and our country has presented, a challenge to us for our seniors and the need for long-term care. we're going to be working closely with the long term care coordinating council. thank you, tracy. [applause] thank you for stepping up. and for teaching me how to pronounce your name. our mta newest
johnson who might have been pitching better but his knee is questionable. yu darvish has great numbers for the rangers, the orioles have never faced them and that lines up on paper. certainly favorable for the texas rangers and every match up has not been the orioles' favorite. they get to the division series. dodge and judging from the traffic, it should be a sellout crowd tonight in arlington. cardinal's lead the braves, 3-2 in the fourth. the ravens play on the road, only the second time this season. the ravens may have to take a more physical approach to change that outcome. a major focus for the reagans at arrowhead and on the road, it becomes easier to throw the ball for no. 1 draft picks in the defense. they have played for a high level this season, not to mention an offense. >> given the chance, go to the personnel of that defense. the front seven is outstanding. the defenses have set off the crowd. when the game is tight, that defense speeds up the crowd. >> sunday in kansas city, a third consecutive year. a huge weekend around here. >> cute pictures this afternoon. the kid th
this and this morning, abc2 news sherrie johnson is live with a conference beginningand what's going to happen? >> reporter: in a few hours a statewide conference kicks off in college park. now, teams from across the state from different schools will head to this conference. you know basically they are trying to keep schools safe. the conference started yesterday but the majority of the folks are heading there today. people like first lady of maryland katie o'malley and our state superintendent will be on hand for this conference. you know this is the third year for the event which coincide with national bullying prevention month. those who attend will receive the latest research and practice school safety and learn vatties how to empower students to stop bullying and offer ideals for bullying prevention and we caught up with the expert with the state department of education who will attend the conference today. >> we want them to take away a renewed enthusiasm for the work they are doing in preventing bullying and we would like them to also have information that is of the latest and cutting e
to practice this conversation, is carol johnson here somewhere? is that they pretty much relate to the breakout groups that we will put you in later. last year i tried a different thing, to apply location, and it did not work at all. we are going back to the way that we did it at all. i am notorious, and bought it -- and will try not to swear up here. obviously, we will be asking you again about your job and what you do daily. i will be asking you to go on to a breakout room. but we want to focus on is what audrey mentioned earlier, the creative content, the experience. we did not call this a safety summit for a reason. we are now moving on. well, patrons' safety is super important. we will be talking about that in the breakout session for security. in that break out section we will hopefully have -- hello. talking about guard cards, we are running around the city telling people they need one and we want you all to know why. we brought the authority on that, and a few other folks, to talk to you about that. i imagine there will be a lot of uniforms in that one as well. that is t
acted in that debate last night. you would walk out of his class. >> what about russell johnson. >> russell t johnson? >> the professor from "gilligan's island." >> he was lecturing the president talking about how disappointed he was in his student or employee. >> you know i tweeted this last night. it was like a ceo lecturing a grad student. the grand student should have taken notes and asked for an extension. >> what is the movie with the teacher going, anyone? anyone? >> are you american? >> by the way, our producer just said in my ear ferris bueller because there was a good chance i didn't know that. thanks, todd, you racist. >> anyone? anyone? >> i would have said kramer versus kramer. >> a lovely movie. >> fantastic. >> michael richards, excellent in dual roles. bill, you pointed out romney's flag pin was bigger than obama's. did you notice it had a star on it? >> what was the deal with that? >> it was a secret service logo. it was given as a gift by his protective detail. >> you know, i fell into a cool hole last weekend. >> call me ll. raised out in brooklyn. >> diane, y
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'm carolyn johnson. >> his controversial stance on that issue made him a hero to some, and a villain to others. the 56-year-old was installed today as the new archbishop. and we're live with the ceremony, and the controversial. >>
: the system is supposed to filter and circulate the water to keep it cleaner. carol johnson, national parks spokesperson, says it did. she said what happened was the level of ozone needed to prevent the algae from forming wasn't calibrated correctly. >> we had to figure out exactly how much ozone to inject into the water to kill the nutrients that the algae feeds on and because we had it to low at the beginning, algae took hold. >> i used to clean pools as an engineer and i know what can happen with this. one little change and the algae is everywhere. >> reporter: it will take a few days for clean-up to be completed and then three more days for the pool to be refilled. all the work costs about $100,000, the money coming out of national park service's maintenance budget. >> we have to do this once a year. >> reporter: the renovation project included reinforcing the bottom of the pool to prevent millions of gallons from leaking out every month. it also included new l.e.d. lights and handicapped accessible walkways, but the green project turning green wasn't in the plan. many tourists say th
spokesperson carol johnson says it did. she says what happened is that the level of ozone needed to prevent the algae from forming wasn't calibrated correctly. >> we had to do some tweaks, figure out how much ozone to inject into the water to kill the nutrients that the algae feeds on. because we had it too low at the beginning, algae took hold. >> i used to clean pools as an engineer and i know what can happen with this. one little change and the algae is everywhere. >> reporter: it will take a few days for the clean-up to be completed and then three more days for the pool to he refilled. all of the work costing about $100,000. the money coming out of the national park service's maintenance budget. >> this is a maintenance issue. we have to do this once a euro. we had to do it sooner than we thought. >> reporter: the renovation project included reunforcing the bottom of the pool to prevent millions of gallons from leaking out every month. it included new led lights. the green project turning green wasn't in the plans. >> i think it is money well spent. unfortunately, we have these mishaps
, johnson, nixon and bush, and so what. shore said of politicians are stealing the future for many people. john: what do you mean stealing the future? >> basically politicians of ron gant people of there future. they're required to put money into what amounts to a big ponzi scheme. it is a pyramid scheme. pay current recipients. social security, medicare, medicaid. they will get stuck for the bill. the unfunded liabilities are staggering. very conservative estimate. just the gap between what they're going to tax and what they're going to have to spend. john: no money in anybody's accounts. it's just a promise and there are more old people who expect to get our health care paid for. >> the so-called trust fund is an i/o you. it is in a file drawer in west virginia. it says i/o you. $80 trillion. john: these college students have to pay for it, and their just aren't enough of them because people my age wrigley refused to die. >> well, that is one way to look at it. but even setting aside the life span going up, the system was broke the date was established because it is a pay-as-you-go syst
reporter carolyn johnson looks at blue print on how we treat heart and print on how we treat heart and heart disease >> even through a microscope there is no miss taking the rift mick beating. living heart cell were created in a bay area lab and help researchers unlock the secret of how a heart becomes a heart. >> helps to have a blue print. to know what switches exist. how they are connected and what they turn on or shut off. >> so bruno and his team at san francisco glad stone institute set out to map the genetic switches locked inside the dna of of stem cell to see how a stem cell becomes a heart cell. >> with these the modification are doing is they are setting the right switches to turn gene on or off so that a heart cell in this case gains its heart identity. >>reporter: to begin researchers jeffrey alexander coax millions of stem cell taken from mice into becoming beating heart cell, process didn't in petrie dish and they mimic the environment in the woom. not always a pre-size sigh he says. >>y weekend sometimes wou hinge on whher i came in and saw the cells or not. >>re
, that current assessment as that have date. and senators mccain, and johnson shot back, either the obama administration is misleading congress and the american people or it is blaming the entire failure on the intelligence community, unquote. bret. >> bret: continue to follow this, james, thank you. the syrian opposition says that rebels have captured an air defense base, new-- planes are pounding the central area of homes and said be to be the largest bombardments in months. and being extradited from britain to the u.s. al-masri's lawyers cited deteriorating mental and physical condition. the u.n. began talks on a broad trade embargo on iran. the islamic republic is reeling from western sanctions, amy kellogg shows us things are getting bad and worse. >> reporter: the iranian government can't afford to lose the support of these men, the conservative merchant class to played a big part in the 1979 islamic revolution, now turning on the regime. they're angry about the wild currency fluctuation, the iranian real left a third of its value against the dollar in a week and add to that a wave
big changes coming over the weekend. storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson has more on what's happening out there. >> hey, doreen. that is for sure. you know, today was one of those days where i really hope you took it all in and maybe got a walk or jog in because we did hit 80 degrees today and i think the last 80 degree day in quite some time now. but, stellar. that was the day today. and look at outside right now. we still have gorgeous weather out there with mostly clear sky as the sun gets ready to dough down. we're talking about nice conditions here for your evening between 9:00 and 11:00 p.m. we'll fall down to the upper 60s to low 70s and great start to the day tomorrow and this weekend, oh, the changes that we're going to see coming. this will be the biggest thing to happen weather wise in months. the details coming up. >>> coming up, syria undersiege. new fallout from the attack on a turkish town. the brother of a sniper victim talks about his family's fears in the midst of the attacks. >> we're very specific with him and asked him to use his vacation time and come
at texas. say what you will about the nats' davey johnson but buck show what woulder is the manager of the year in my -- showalter is the manager of the year in my opinion. all praise to buck? yes, but yesterday he chose to praise his players. >> i think the players yesterday for letting me come along for the ride and it's always been fun to watch and fun to be around. and that's the satisfaction that some of them have reached have gotten return for what they put into it. >> all right, game time is tonight at 8:30. >>> all right that's a quick look at sports, have a great friday everybody. >>> well, the nhl season is now canceled through october 24th. seven years ago the entire pro hockey season was lost to a lockout. the league and the players union have not been able to figure out how to split $3 billion in hockey revenue and that's the reason why. >>> campaign 2012 makes a stop in virginia for a second straight day. that story coming up. >> plus, students at some of the dorms at the university of maryland are trying their best to get rid of bedbugs. we don't want to get rid of be
team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson. >> the highs compared to where we are going to be on sunday, in fact, for some locations north and west, nearly a 30-degree drop. 31 degrees right now with mostly cloudy sky and looking back in the record our latest 80 degree day was on october 24th. why am i telling you that? i think today is our last 80 degree day as we move into a very chilly pattern. its what's going to be bringing it, a weather front. rain stretched out towards arkansas and behind that front, temperatures currently in the 40s from chicago to minneapolis to kansas city, 46 to 48 degrees right now. that's the cold air headed this way. 79 now in cumberland and 81 in d.c. and 78 in pax river. throughout the whole area friend around franconia and all enjoying some very mild temperatures and coming up here, your forecast, a fantastic evening. couldn't be better. nice conditions here for early part of october. we do have some rain to talk about, though, with that cold air and i'll give you the details and the timing of that coming up in a couple of minutes. >>> president obama g
out the sweaters. a cold blast is headed our way. >> veronica johnson is in storm center 4 with the changes blowing in this weekend. >> sweaters at first and then coats right behind that. i don't think too many folks are going to complain about just how gorgeous today was, but get ready to shut the door on the 80 degree warmth. that's exactly what we had around the area today. look how pretty the sky is. just a few of the puffy clouds streaming through. we'll see a lot more clouds coming tomorrow. temperatures currently in the 70s. upper 70s to still right at 81 degrees in d.c. and down to the south around culpeper and fredericksburg. the latest 80 degree day was back on october 24th, 2000. so, again, this is it for us and then we're talking about coat weather in some of the lowest temperatures that we've seen since the last full week of april. we'll take a look at the four-day forecast, coming up. >>> we haven't heard any news about the federal investigation into mayor vincent gray's campaign in months. but claims that the mayor does not plan to seek re-election regardless
the world. >> steven johnson is our guest sunday taking calls, e-mails and tweets on "in depth." looking at science history, cyber world, popular culture and computer networking in politics. live at noon eastern on book tv on c-span2. >> next a symposium on partisan politics and compromise. this hour and a half event is hosted by the university of southern california schwarzenegger's institute for state and global policy. panelists include senator john mccain and former senator tom daschle. >> we all breathe the same air. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the chairman of the institute and the inaugural holder of the governor downey chair professor of state and global policy at u.s.e., governor arnold schwarzenegger. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. thank you very much. thank you very much for the fantastic introduction. that's exactly the way i wrote it. [laughter] also thank you very much for your great partnership. one thing i wanted to correct what you said today is i did not win miss universe. different bikinis, waxing, all of those things i did not win that competition. it's m
suspect the example of someone running a good campaign but not good as president might be lyndon johnson in '64. he ran a very powerful campaign and won 62%, 63% of the vote but didn't govern effectively. >> you know, john, i think it was sydney bloomentha hal who described it, but the process is eternal. it's endless. i kind of wonder when we talk about the connection between campaign skills and governing skills, if came paining is permanent, it's political too. you understand incentives in the system and messages and that sort of thing. there's a connection between -- you can't be a good president without being a good candidate. >> that's right. i think that we saw in 2008 barack obama was a very good candidate, beating people like hillary clinton and john mccain. when he became president, he forgofo forgot the skills. consider after passing the campaign law and telling the american people what it was, persuading it about the merits, he let the republicans do that. now it's obama care and it's unpopular because he let that gap be filled by the opposition. >> john, speaking of that 2008
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are they trying to rewrite history or is it just politics as usual? fox news legal analyst peter johnson, jr. is here. >> good morning. this is the biggest case of spilled milk. the losers lament that i've ever heard in my life. everyone is pointing fingers. wasn't the president's fault. >> steve: no! >> it was everybody else's fault. lehrer, we thought he would be in the tank for us. he wasn't. he let mitt romney talk, big failure for him. so he's trashed in the "new york times" today. he's done. now we have phony fact checks. everything romney said was wrong. he's not a real debater. he's a performer. the guy he said was a stiff has become ronald reagan, john wayne combined. so he's a tremendous performer. the president was thinking about something else. he was distracted. the altitude was too high for him. even though he gave his acceptance speech four years ago in denver and didn't have a problem with the altitude. we have one excuse after the another. now on the stump, the president is doing the clint eastwood routine. he's talking to the chair. he's talking to the empty chair and mitt
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johnson. the use or abuse of the filibuster has been used or abuse in the last 10 days or three years more than once in the 1960's 197's combined by the republicans. the president has an opportunity to come back if the republicans decide their first mission it can no longer be with senator jim demint. mitch mcconnell said the first priority was to make sure obama was it first term president. there was the possibility of working on different issues. if you have some good progressives reelected --share -- youeth warren have a chance to find partnership on core issues. even something the chamber of commerce signed onto. this country could use an infrastructure bank that would put bpeople back to work and rebuild the infrastructure. with mitt romney, you need somebody to, and that will understand that 47% of americans are not freeloaders but part of a political system and a country that deserves the respect. paul ryan has put forward a budget. another of them have fully explain how that would cut tax rates 20% across the board. what kind of loopholes would they find? that is a tough fight to h
scene -- >> the book on president lyndon baines johnson one of the three books -- >> in the context and the momentum starts by describing in the south with an african-american brothers and sisters have to go through just to vote. people die and put their lives on the line, everything just to get the possibility to vote. today almost 50 years or more we are going back black and brown people. it's very interesting to have more strategic conversations between the communities. they would be one of my closest friends fighting in the strike with dr. king at the time and we were having this conversation it's not something new but we can take a look at a new level especially when the communities are facing the biggest challenges in the nation and the highest levels of debt and employment and will economic situations so the momentum of having the town hall meeting is unique and the strategic approach of the background of a we need to be very smart about. >> who thinks this is a precursor to get the voting rights act especially section 5 out out lot? >> keeping with what frannie lou hamer sai
, giving him only six months to live. lee johnson didn't want to suffer and decided to end his life. >> you supported your father's decision. >> yes, i did. it was very important to him to die with grace. >> which to heather's father meant doctor-assisted suicide, the practice that the state of massachusetts does not support or legally condone. she says her father was forced to travel back to his home in oregon where out tha it is legal. >> your ballot would make it legal for people like your father to die in massachusetts. >> it would make it legal for them to end their suffering. >> assisted suicide is a tough sell in a state where almost after the population is catholic. critics here claim the measure is immoral saying the state should not get involved in helping people die. >> what the society should be doing is looking at ways to reduce suicide. >> john kelly is from people with disabilities, opposed to assisted suicide. he says the terminally ill often want to end their lives but that does not mean they should be encouraged to. >> just not in the states interest to start making criter
in glade scented oil candles. sc johnson, a family company. fabulous photos that make you do a double take and make you say what the what? miss sarah hayes is here with this week's top picks. what have you got? >> totally. our first photo comes from jerry goldstein from delaware, ohio. look at this, silver dollar saloon. fire danger extreme. don't even fart in the forest. that was taken at mt. rushmore during the severe drought. >> clearly a sense of humor. >> you win. >> don't push your luck. don't fart in the forest. st. paul, minnesota, submitted this photo. maybe they should think about changing the mascot. that is a pea sample at the zoo. >> can you imagine the kid going, please, take a picture of me with this sample. >> those look like -- >> i get it but looks like -- >> waves in the urine. >> i like this segment. >> we have a photo from anne hathaway, no, not that one, from st. cloud, minnesota. don't stop here but bus stop, but don't, buses aren't coming. it was just during a state fair. wasn't that confusing? wouldn't you put that over the bus stop sign. claire martinez from court
who have been shut out of opportunities. from its inception by president johnson to the 1978 decision in their regions of the university of california verses mackey outlying -- outlying quotas to the 19 -- to the 2003 decision in a farming affirmative action policies at the university of michigan. the practical implementation of affirmative action is a patchwork of legal impressions about how best to make amends for the nation's past practices of legal, racial inequality. regrettably, the tuberous surrounding the affirmative-action debate has taken of that debate. the real ideals for affirmative-action have been some misconstrued over the years that it helps to look back and to see why it was been deemed necessary in the first place. the widely misunderstood quota system or grossly mischaracterizes as reverse discrimination against white americans, affirmative action was originally an acknowledgement that american society was changing. in the post civil-rights era black americans and white women increasingly challenged educated white males to into the exclusive citadel's of higher edu
. callback and read the book on lyndon johnson. the use or abuse of the filibuster has been used or abuse in the last 10 days or three years more than once in the 1960's 197's combined by the republicans. the president has an opportunity to come back if the republicans decide their first mission it can no longer be with senator jim demint. mitch mcconnell said the first priority was to make sure obama was it first term president. that would be out of the cards if he was re-elected. there was the possibility of working on different issues. if you have some good progressives reelected -- elizabeth warren -- you have a chance to find partnership on core issues. i'll name one. even something the chamber of commerce signed onto. this country could use an infrastructure bank that would put people back to work and rebuild the infrastructure. with mitt romney, you need somebody to, and that will -- who comes in and that will understand that 47% of americans are not freeloaders but part of a political system and a country that deserves the respect. paul ryan has put forward a budget. another of th
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